In the English Institute, in the time of the break, I was standing at the table of friends and said to one of them,
"I was sincere in teaching in the
and my students
were the best." As soon as I said that, a loud voice came out of a window
near us, Navy
"That's true!" I looked at my fellow and commented,
"Did you hear that? That's evidence from above to approve my saying." They laughed and my fellow said,
"It is coincidence. Perhaps there are people inside discussing. Why do you take it for you?" he said.
"There are no coincidences in our life," I said. "Every thing is destined by God. And all destines in this world are connected with me." They laughed.
One day, a young woman with us in the section said,
"My father wants to see you."
"Why?" I asked.
"He reads a lot and I told him about you," she said.
"Okay, I love the cultured people," I said. "When can I visit him?"
"We live in Sidi Bisher," she said.
"I can visit him tomorrow night," I said.
"At 7 O'clock?" she said.
"Okay, thank you," I replied.
In time I made the visit. The man welcomed me with great pleasure. We sat together alone in the sitting room. He introduced himself to me and I introduced myself to him. The door knocked and he was given drinks for the guest. I wondered to know that he has my same first name, that he was retired officer from the Naval Forces like me, that he lives in the fourth floor, flat 8, like me. Soon I guessed that this meeting was prepared by the Spirit to enable me to get important information for my subject. He started,
"My daughter told me you are a cultured man and you read," he said."Have you read the book, Protocols of Learned Elders of Zion?"
"Usually I don't give care to the temporary subjects," I said.
"You should read it to know the hellish mentality of the Jews," he said. "I have a copy here and I can lend it to you."
"Okay, I shall read it and return it to you soon," I said.
"Do you know that the Mason Organization was made by the Jews to spoil all people?" he asked.
"I don't have any idea about the Masons," I said.
"Early in my life I could discover their tricks," he said. "One day I knew there would be a gathering for the Masons and I joined it. The head of the gathering ordered the windows of the hall to be closed. We became sitting in dim light. After a while of great calm and silence the head of the gathering approached a man sitting in the first row and directed his sayings to him,
'What do you see?'
'I see something rotating continually,' he said.
'What is that?' the head asked.
'I am approaching now to see better,' he said. 'There are people rotating around something.'
'Why? the head asked.
'They believe that God ordered it,' he said.
'Why did God order it?' the head asked.
'I don't know,' he said.
'Try to know, the head said. The man shouted with annoyance,
'I don't know. I don't know. I am tired,' the man said.
'Okay, enough for that,' the head said. I stood up and asked permission to comment. The head said,
'You don't know what we do. You are to sit down and listen only.'
'It is clear that you want to spread doubt against Islam,' I said.
'Go out! Go Out!' the head shouted and some others led me out of the gathering."
"You should have sat there to the end," I said and I recalled that I saw the same vision before and couldn't know its meaning.
"I lost my patience when I saw them mocking our religion," he said. "It was clear that they mocked the rotating around Al Kaaba in the Islamic pilgrimage." He then stood up and brought three books and handled them to me, "Read them to know the dangerous conspiracy of
against the world." I thanked him
and said, "You should return the visit to me." He promised it and I
shook his hand in peace and left. But the question of the vision,"Why did God order it?" continued to rotate in my mind for several days after that meeting. Later I could get the answer. Zion